As a decorator, I admit to being a major fabric snob, and when I say snob, I mean addict. For years, I’ve enabled my high-end fabric addiction by shopping solely at to-the-trade-only showrooms which non-professional decorators or designers can’t get into. Since this is all part of how I make my living, there’s no need for a 12 Step Program even though my reasoning is somewhat out of whack. I’d rather spend $12 on a chair, then use a $50 per yard fabric to recover its seat cushion than the other way around.
My to-the-trade-only situation recently changed—thanks to my amazing project manager, Dayka. She brought me to a magical place where everyone is welcome to purchase designer fabrics without enormous designer price tags, Calico Corners. Of all their offerings, I fell in love mostly with those from Thom Filicia and Iman. While I go pick up custom pillows and tableskirts made from them, you go scroll down and take a look-sie.
Iman’s “Punjab Peacock” is $39.19 per yard shown in Radicchio.
“Java Moon”, a Central-Asia-inspired print from Iman pictured here in Noir is $42.39 per yard.
“Riviera” in Noir from Iman is $19.99 per yard.
“Euclid” from Thom Filicia combines classic geometrics with an updated take on the honeycomb. Pictured here in Apricot, it runs for $43.99 per yard.
“Citysquare” by Thom Filicia, pictured here in Limetree, evokes an overlapping squares pattern with a chain-link-esque twist for $43.99 per yard.
Thom Filicia’s “Poppyfield” modernizes the look of floral. Shown here in Plumberry, it’s $43.99 per yard.
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